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A French emergency services spokesman claimed a mob of Brits was involved, saying: "They were very clearly helping to break down fences and guiding the migrants in a co-ordinated attack.
IN THE NAVY Hosts Olly and Caroline were colour co-ordinated
For this region to capitalise on its natural resources and build on its diverse economy, regional planning decisions need to be co-ordinated.
It's the second year I have co-ordinated this campaign and I can't get over how generous everyone has been.
Co-Ordinated Surveys, which operates throughout the UK and overseas, is already benefiting from investment which capitalises on its key strengths which combine specialist surveying skills with the latest technology for topographical, construction and hydrographic surveys for architects, civil engineers, local authorities and water companies as well as specialist services for quarrying and mining operators to enable them to design efficient blast strategies.
KIRKUK, Iraq (TAP) - Gunmen and suicide bombers attacked a police intelligence headquarters and a nearby shopping mall in a co-ordinated attack in the northern city of Kirkuk late on Wednesday, killing 11 people and wounding 70.
INDUSTRIAL action by postal staff, firefighters, teachers and other workers could be co-ordinated amid growing signs of anger over pay, pensions, jobs and privatisation.
Mr McDevitt has stressed that his wife had only co-ordinated research through an independent research consultancy.
26 ( ANI ): The BBC, in a statement, has said that shortwave frequencies carrying its English language broadcasts were being blocked deliberately, adding that the extensive and co-ordinated efforts are indicative of a "well-resourced country such as China".
The General Secretary of Unite, Len McCluskey, has warned that government spending cuts may lead to co-ordinated strike action by the end of this year and also in the run-up to the general election in 2015:
Summary: The two biggest teachers' unions are threatening co-ordinated strikes in the autumn over jobs, pensions, workload and pay.
UNION activists will discuss calls for co-ordinated industrial action in protest at the Government's controversial policies on pensions and spending cuts when the TUC Congress is held in a few weeks time.